December in Film 2011

December 2011 in Film


Number of First-Time Viewings (this month): 9
Number of Re-watches (this month): 20
Number of films watched this year: 462

5/5
Meek’s Cutoff *
Christmas Vacation *
UP *
A Christmas Story *
Die Hard *

4.5/5
Weekend
Not Quite Hollywood *
Scrooged *
Pump Up The Volume *
Die Hard With A Vengeance *
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2009) Extended Cut

4/5
Tango & Cash *
Black Christmas *
Home Alone *
Moneyball

3.5/5
Renegades *
Crazy, Stupid, Love *
The Ides Of March
Gleaming The Cube *
Brotherhood Of Justice *
Just One Of The Guys *
Home Alone 2 *
Silent Night, Deadly Night *

3/5
Alone In The Dark
The Greatest Movie Ever Sold *
Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things

2.5/5

2/5
The Perfect Witness

1.5/5

1/5
Arachnid

First Movie I Saw This Month: Renegades
Last Movie I Saw This Month: Moneyball
(First time watches)
Best Overall Film: Weekend, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2009)
Worst Overall Film: Arachnid
Best Overall Documentary: N/A
Best Actor: Tom Cullen (Weekend), Brad Pitt (Moneyball)
Best Actress: Noomi Rapace (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo)
Best Supporting Actor: Chris New (Weekend)
Best Supporting Actress: Evan Rachel Wood (The Ides Of March)
Best Director: Andrew Haigh (Weekend)
Biggest Surprise: Weekend
Biggest Disappointment: The Perfect Witness
Most Messed-Up Movie: Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things
“I’m Pretty Damn Sure No One Else Has Seen This”: Arachnid
Person/Character I Never Want to Meet: Mickey and James (The Perfect Witness)
Ultimate WTF? Moment: The beginning of Alone In The Dark
Best Scene: The intimate moments between the leads in Weekend
Best Line: “Well, what happens is while you’re projecting who you want to be… this gap opens up between who you want to be and who you really are. And in that gap, it shows you what’s stopping you becoming who you want to be.” Glen (Weekend)
Movie I Finally Got to See: The Ides Of March
Coolest Title: Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things
Best Eye Candy: Ryan Gosling (The Ides Of March)

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